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What does Cabernet Sauvignon wine taste like?

One of the more common types of wine. The dark-colored grapes produce a rich, sweet, and luscious flavor that pairs well with dark meats, spicy foods, and creamy foods. Cabernet Sauvignon has a rich and delicious, light, fruity flavor which pairs well with most foods. Cabernet Sauvignon carries high acidic, high tannin, and has a medium to full body flavor. Dark fruit tones of black cherry, green pepper, and vanilla notes from oak aging. Cabernet Sauvignon is also known to have a dry sweet flavor which makes it a popular wine in the United States. 

How many calories and carbs do Cabernet Sauvignon Wine have?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine that contains a fair share of calories per fluid ounce. Each fluid ounce has 24 calories and 0.8 total carbs per serving. Each glass has about 122 Calories and 3.8 grams of Carbohydrates. Cabernet Sauvignon definitely carries a sweet and dry undertone flavor which makes it a top seller.

Is Cabernet Sauvignon dry or sweet?

Cabernet Sauvignon can be fermented and aged to have both a sweet and dry flavor. The dry flavor in the sweetness depends on how much residual sugar is in the wine. The low levels of residual sugar define how dry the wine will be. Cabernet Sauvignon usually has a semi-dry semi-sweet flavor which leaves the mouth quite dry due to the high tannin count and low acidity. 

Which country makes the best Cabernet in the world?

Cabernet Sauvignon has always had a high reputation and wine connoisseurs are marveled at how pleasant and the dry/sweet ratio it carries. Cabernet Sauvignon is grown throughout the globe for centuries. The Bordeaux region in France has always been blessed with a great climate and plenty of sunlight. Other countries like Australia, Italy, and the State of California have also shown their true colors in ordinances of growing delicious and flavored Cabernet Sauvignon. Napa Valley has always produced fine bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon. People definitely buy Cabernet Sauvignon wines when dining or when invited to someone's home. 

Is Cabernet Sauvignon sweeter than Pinot Noir?

According to The Wine Buying Guide, Cabernet Sauvignon is listed to be bold and savory which makes it drier and Pinot Noir is approachable and fruitier which makes it sweeter. Pinot Noir has a more acidic and tart taste which ranks the wine to be sweeter. 

How to serve and drink Cabernet Sauvignon?

Most people have wines opened prior to drinking hours before serving. There is a moral way to live that most people aren’t aware of. Most red wines are served at room temperature or just a little chilled. Cabernet Sauvignon needs to be served at 59-64° F  Decanting your Cabernet Sauvignon helps soften the tannins. Most Cabernets need about 30-60 minutes to properly sit in a decanter. Of course, it matters how many years the Cabernet Sauvignon was bottled. If it's a bottle that was 15 years or over decants only for 30 minutes. Airing out the wine gives the texture of the tannins to expand which gives it more taste on the palate. Lastly, one should use wine glasses that are shaped for the full-bodied flavor. This allows the oxygen to touch the surface and helps infuse the wine, giving it that full-bodied flavor. 

What are some foods that go well with Cabernet Sauvignon?

Cabernet Sauvignon is known to have a sweet yet dry tone on the palate. Flavors of cherries, dark grapes and slight vanilla enrich the wine to give it a rich complex medium-full body. Eating your favorite meaty dishes will give the wine a more robust and flavorful taste. Steak, Lamb Chops, Roasted Lean Meat, Meatloaf, BBQ Ribs, Fried Chicken, Garlic Shrimp, Spinach Artichoke Chicken, Crab Cakes, and Pasta go really well with Cabernet Sauvignon. The amount of food pairings is very impressive which gives many a reason to choose Cabernet. 

What are some best Cabernet Sauvignon wines to drink?

Cabernet Sauvignon has been known to be amongst the world’s favorite wines, especially in California. Below are some of the more prestigious bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon that have won awards in many contests. Cabernet Sauvignon prices range from as low as $6 up to tens of thousands of dollars. 

Chateau Montelena Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon came out in 2018 with aromas of cocoa, ripe raspberry jam, and dried figs. The right amount of sweetness and fruity flavors make this wine an absolute favorite when cooking your favorite roasts or meaty dishes. 

Heitz Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon has a powerful flavor because of the way it was cured and aged. The rich flavors of blackberry, spice notes of nutmeg, and texture Heitz Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet carry make this an extraordinary wine. The aging process really helps make this wine a classic. 

Kendall Jackson Vintner's Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon has a rich ruby-purple color with a medium to full body tone. The aromas give it a desirable, welcoming, and majestic tone with black cherry, blackberry, and cassis flavors. The finish has long notes of cedar, vanilla, and mocha. The wine won the “Green Award” in 2016 for the way it was grown and for its complex flavors. 

The beauty is that Sauvignon red wine goes well with most foods and desserts. Another great way to relax and rest after a long day.